Marc Marquez's future is always an interesting topic. His interview with Spanish TV caused a huge number of reactions, given that the Spaniard's future at Honda is questionable. For several weeks now, there have been talks about the Spaniard's departure to Gresini Ducati, but the leaders of this team calmed the passions, and it seems that they have confirmed that it will not come to that.
However, who knows how much truth there is in the whole story. Jorge Lorenzo, who interviewed Marquez, asked the Spaniard an interesting question; "Can you confirm 100% that you are going to race with Honda next year?"-he said, as quoted by crash.net!
Marc Marquez obviously wants his team to give him what he needs. The Spaniard is not satisfied with the treatment and promises. He wants some things to become clear in the coming weeks. If Honda does not meet Marquez's demands, the Spaniard will probably leave the team and continue his story in another team.
"We have a very important test where we have to test the new bike, where we have to logically continue improving. It is the one that Stefan Bradl has used this weekend. From there, it is clear what Alberto Puig said that words are no longer valid, but only actions are valid.
There must be actions to continue at Honda. Facts. Not only [during the Misano test], but... facts are missing. PDFs are no longer valid and ‘it will be done, it will be done, it will be done, it has to be done’.
A rider can promise a lot, but if the results do not come out, no ‘it's just that, it's that’ - out! In the end in a project the rider also demands this, facts." The situation regarding the future of Marquez is interesting. The following days could tell us something more.
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